A UWindsor biologist’s research into fighting life-threatening infection aims to give new hope to leukemia patients receiving bone marrow transplants.
Film professor Tony Lau produced A Sweet and Sour Christmas, a short documentary released Friday on the CBC Gem streaming service.
Save 20 per cent off the price of all games, puzzles, and general reading books in the Campus Bookstore through Dec. 23.
Food Services has released revised hours of operation for this week.
The International Student Centre held a Christmas party Thursday.
Getting a greeting card through the University Print Shop means one less thing to worry about during the most wonderful time of the year.
WEtech Alliance president Yvonne Pilon is the guest of honour for an EPICentre networking event Dec. 19.
As the top contributor to this year’s Adopt-a-Family campaign, Information Technology Services will receive a free coffee break Dec. 13.
A vigil Friday at the Memorial of Hope will honour the 14 women killed in the 1989 École Polytéchnique massacre.
Departments and individuals across campus donated more than $27,000 in gifts to local families in need.
Kiirsti Owen has drawn thousands of viewers to the website for her R Advent Calendar.
Join chefs from Food and Catering Services for a session on creating plant-based foods Friday, Dec. 20.
Janet Collins won two free tickets to the Festival of Christmas choral concert, Dec. 7 and 8 in the Heritage Auditorium, Assumption Hall.
“Get Ahead” headphones distributed to students through the exam period are aimed at helping them relax and sleep.
Officials, volunteers, and participants gathered Tuesday to celebrate Fit Together, an exercise program for adults with an intellectual disability.
Win tickets to the Festival of Christmas choral concert in the DailyNews trivia quiz contest.
High school students will pitch their business ideas at an event Thursday organized by the UWindsor chapter of Enactus.
Students can get a free breakfast today in the student centre.
Drama students will show some of what they have learned in free performances for the campus community this week.
Michael K. Potter of the Centre for Teaching and Learning directs The Pillowman for the Post Productions theatre company